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Hotel Astoria
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Fasanenstraße, Berlin
Festival of Lights 2008 – Buildings in several parts of the city are illuminated

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Berlin Charlottenburg, Hindemithplatz
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Detail vom St. Georg-Brunnen, entworfen 1909 von Wilhelm Walter für das Hotel ‚Bayernhof‘.‘ Seit 1980 in Charlottenburg – nur ohne den St. Georg aus Bronze, der in der Nachkriegszeit abhanden gekommen ist.

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Potsdamer Platz
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Potsdamer Platz à noite.
A Potsdamer Platz é uma importante praça e interseção de tráfego no centro de Berlim, Alemanha, distando cerca de um km ao sul do Portão de Brandemburgo e do Reichstag (a sede do parlamento alemão), e próxima ao canto sudeste do parque Tiergarten. Seu nome homenageia a cidade de Potsdam, cerca de 25 km à sudoeste, e marca o ponto onde a velha estrada para Potsdam passava através da muralha da cidade de Berlim no Portão de Potsdam. Depois de se transformar, em pouco menos de um século, de um cruzamento de estradas rurais no mais frenético centro de tráfego da Europa, foi totalmente devastada durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial e abandonada durante o período da Guerra Fria, quando o Muro de Berlim dividiu seu antigo sítio. Após a queda do Muro, a praça foi reconstruída e tornou-se um dos mais reluzentes símbolos da nova Berlim.

Potsdamer Platz (English Potsdam Square) is an important public square and traffic intersection in the centre of Berlin, Germany, lying about one kilometre south of the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag (German Parliament Building), and close to the southeast corner of the Tiergarten park. It is named after the city of Potsdam, some 25 km to the south west, and marks the point where the old road from Potsdam passed through the city wall of Berlin at the Potsdam Gate. After developing within the space of little over a century from an intersection of rural thoroughfares into the most bustling traffic intersection in Europe, it was totally laid waste during World War II and then left desolate during the Cold War era when the Berlin Wall bisected its former location. Since German reunification, Potsdamer Platz has been the site of extensive redevelopment.

Der Potsdamer Platz ist ein Verkehrsknoten in den Berliner Ortsteilen Mitte und Tiergarten im Bezirk Mitte zwischen der alten Innenstadt im Osten und dem neuen Berliner Westen. Als Doppelplatzanlage schließt er sich westlich an den Leipziger Platz an und liegt direkt vor dem ehemaligen Potsdamer Stadttor und der damaligen Akzisemauer.

Bis zum Zweiten Weltkrieg war der Potsdamer Platz vor dem gleichnamigen Fernbahnhof mit seinen vielen sich kreuzenden Straßenbahn- und Omnibuslinien und der ersten Lichtzeichenanlage auf dem Kontinent einer der verkehrsreichsten Plätze Europas und ein beliebter Treffpunkt der politischen, sozialen und kulturellen Szene Berlins.

Das nach 1990 auf dem alten Stadtgrundriss größtenteils neu bebaute Terrain zählt zu den markantesten Orten der Stadt und wird von zahlreichen Touristen besucht.

Zoológico de Berlim / Berlin Zoo
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Zoológico de Berlim.
Jardim Zoológico de Berlim (em alemão:Zoologischer Garten Berlin) é o jardim zoológico da capital da Alemanha.

Fundado em 1 de Agosto de 1844 (166 anos), contava com 1.462 espécies e 15.126 animais segundo o censo de 2008. Em 2007 foi visitado por 3,2 milhões de pessoas. Com 35 hectares de área, esta localizado no bairro de Tiergarten. O zoológico está ligado ao restante da cidade pelo Metro de Berlim.

The Berlin Zoological Garden (German: Zoologischer Garten Berlin) is the oldest and best known zoo in Germany. Opened in 1844 it covers 34 hectares (84 acres) and is located in Berlin’s Tiergarten. With almost 1,500 different species and around 16,000 animals the zoo presents the most comprehensive collection of species in the world.

The zoo and its aquarium had 3 million visitors in 2009. It is considered to be the most visited zoo in Europe and one of the most popular worldwide. Regular animal feedings are among its most famous attractions. Globally known animals like Knut, the polar bear, and Bao Bao, the Giant Panda contribute to the zoo’s public image.

The zoo collaborates with many universities, research institutes, and other zoos around the world. It maintains and promotes European breeding programmes, helps safeguard several endangered species, and participates in several species reintroduction programs.

Der Zoologische Garten Berlin im Berliner Ortsteil Tiergarten (Bezirk Mitte) ist einer der beiden Zoologischen Gärten in Berlin. Er ist 35 Hektar groß und gilt als der artenreichste Zoo der Welt (über 15.000 Tiere in fast 1.500 Arten). Mit dem angeschlossenen Aquarium, das auf drei Etagen Fische, Reptilien, Amphibien sowie Wirbellose wie Insekten und andere zeigt, gehört der Zoologische Garten zu den meistbesuchten Sehenswürdigkeiten Berlins. 3,18 Millionen Menschen besuchten im Jahr 2007 den Berliner Zoo.

Der Zoo ist Namensgeber des Bahnhofs Zoologischer Garten, des während der Deutschen Teilung wichtigsten Fernbahnhofs West-Berlins, der sich am Hardenbergplatz gegenüber dem Zoo-Verwaltungsgebäude und dem Löwentor befindet.

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New Year Eve 2010
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A view of the snowy Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe, in the first hours of 2010

View on Berlin Mitte (Germany)
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Image by Werner Kunz
Berlin is a great town. I love the view from the TV tower down to Mitte. If you ever have the chance to visit the city you need to explore the historic center.

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Liebknechtbrücke bei Nacht
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View On Black · This is the view from the Liebknechtbrücke – a bridge crossing the river Spree in Berlin – as per November 2008. The four big concrete things to the left are the remains of the Palast der Republik, which is currently going the way of the Dodo in favor of the reconstruction of the older Stadtschloss (‚City Castle‘, see this postcard from about the year 1900).
At the middle left you can see the Berlin Cathedral, to the right is the DomAquarée, a relatively new complex containing some hotels and … actually I don’t really know what that colorful thing is there for, except for making money. One of the horrors of contemporary German TV, the Jamba! corporation, has it’s headquarter up there. So, if you’re ever "not amused" by some sort of dancing and singing hippo, annoying frog, smitten bunny or any kind of bad cell phone ringtone, please feel free to drop your nukes there. Down the street to the right you’ll see the St. Mary’s Church, which belongs to the Alexanderplatz. (Well, you’ll most probably not see it right now, because it fades into the background a bit.) The huge TV tower is currently hidden by the fog, too, but unlike the St. Mary’s Church you really can’t see it in this picture. On the far right, next to the trees, you’ll see the St. Nikolai’s Church and the Nikolaiviertel. If you follow the Karl-Liebknecht-Straße – the street you’re looking at – to the left you’ll eventually cross the Friedrichstraße, currently dubbed Upper Eastside by some marketing geniuses (really, that’s no attempt to translate it into english – they seriously call it "Upper Eastside") – and arrive at the Brandenburg Gate.
It’s on the map, if you’re interested. Or ask, if you like.

I’d recommend viewing it en large. It’s not much bigger, but it’s still a bit better to look at. Original resolution should be available, too, but it’s quite heavy; about 3 MiB or so, so you’d better not try that on a lovely 58k line (or even lovelier, anything slower … oh well, where’s the time … I do have an old 28k modem lying around here somewhere).

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The Sony Center is a Sony-sponsored building complex located at the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany. It opened in 2000

The site was originally a bustling city center in the early 20th Century. After World War II, the area suffered a sharp decline and was eventually left abandoned. As part of a redevelopment effort for the area, the center was constructed. The centre was designed by Helmut Jahn and construction was completed in 2000 at a total cost of US0M. In February 2008 Sony sold Berlin’s Sony Center for less than US0 to a group of German and US investment funds, including investment bank Morgan Stanley, Corpus Sireo and an affiliate of The John Buck Company

Sony Center contains a mix of shops, restaurants, a conference centre, hotel rooms, luxurious rented suites and condominiums, offices, art and film museums, cinemas, an IMAX theater, and a "Sony Style" store. Free Wi-Fi connections are available for all visitors. During the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the centre also had a large television screen on which the games were broadcast to viewers sitting in the large open area in the middle.

The Sony Center is located near the Berlin Potsdamer Platz railway station for easy walking accessibility. A large shopping centre is nearby, as is a myriad of hotels, the Deutsche Bahn central offices, and an office building featuring the fastest lift in Europe.

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Image from page 94 of „Guide through Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland and England : souvenir of the North German Lloyd, Bremen“ (1896)
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Identifier: guidethroughgerm00nord
Title: Guide through Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland and England : souvenir of the North German Lloyd, Bremen
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Norddeutscher Lloyd
Publisher: Berlin : J. Reichmann & Cantor
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Direction: Voss-Strasse 34a. = Actien-Kapital M. 45000000,—. Depositenkassen und Wechselstuben: Berlin C, Jerusalemerstrasse 24 (am Hausvoigteiplatz). S., Oranienstrasse 59 (am Moritzplatz). S.W., Belle-Alliance-Platz 3. N.W., Friedrichstrasse 143/149 (Central-HOtel). W., Potsdamerstrasse 22 b. H.W., Alt-Moabit 120 (Ecke Paulstrasse). G., Alte Schonhauserstrasse 32 (an der Weinmeisterstrasse). Rixdorf, Berlinerstrasse 100. 97 Annahme von Depositen-Geldern. 1. Einlagen von mindestens 200 M. an werden taglich Vormittagsvon 9 bis 12 Uhr und Nachmittags von 3 bis 5 Unr angenommen. 2. Abbebungen finden mittelst von der Bank ausgegebener Checksstatt. 3. Jeder Einleger von Geldern obne Kfindigungsfrist erhaltein auf seinenNamen ausgestelltes, nicht ubertragbares Recbnungsbucli. 4. Kiindbare Einzahlungen erfolgen gegen eine von der Bank aus-gestellte Quittung, und werden Etickzablungen gegen vom Einlegervollzogene Quittung an den Vorzeiger derselben geleistet. 5. Die Zinsen werden nur bis z

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